goods and chattels

Definition of "goods and chattels"
  1. Various types of personal property; could be any type but occasionally refers only to tangible items
How to use "goods and chattels" in a sentence
  1. The will stated that all the deceased's goods and chattels would be equally distributed among her children.
  2. They decided to sell all their goods and chattels before moving to a smaller apartment.
  3. In the event of bankruptcy, a person's goods and chattels can be seized to settle debts.

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